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    Wonderful gift ideas for Christmas and year-round gift-giving!!
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    From Family Circle mag 4/1/00.

    Recipe #331384

    4 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A few teaspoons of instant coffee crystals or instant espresso powder go into these sugar cookies that are also topped with coffee icing.

    Recipe #303316

    I think I came up with these as a result of surfing the web and adding a few ideas together. These are really, really good. Be sure to use the parchment or wax paper or you will have a terrible mess on your hands. (Guess how I know this. ;) )

    Recipe #297154

    This is a recipe from a Chatalaine Magazine that I had.I havent made this one yet but will make it for Eastertime. These can be rolled in icing sugar or granulated sugar. Time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #289338

    1 Reviews |  By PumpKIM

    Brings back fond memories of eating chocolate covered strawberries with my mom, but in cookie form!

    Recipe #287278

    This is an easy cookie recipe from Deborah Madison's, "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone". The cookies are lovely on their own with that wonderful cardamom bite. I also used this recipe as a pie crust and filled it with homemade pear ice cream. The combination of cardamom and pear was spectacular. To use as a "pie crust", I just pressed chilled dough on the bottom and up the sides of a 9" pie plate and then baked in a 375 degree oven for about 10 minutes. I let the crust cool completely before filling with the ice cream. Put the entire pie back in the freezer for a couple of hours to make sure ice cream hardened up again and then took out 20 minutes before slicing and serving. I then took the pie to an friend's for an India inspired pot luck.

    Recipe #286399

    This is from a lady who lived to 101 and made this often for her assisted living home buddies.

    Recipe #279623

    Easy and fun to make! The taste of pretzels and chocolate go well together. These are made with the tiny pretzel squares by the name of Snaps on the bag. Use any chopped nut, but the flavor of peanuts with the chocolate is the best. The yield is approximate pieces.

    Recipe #272781

    This cookie has some Christmas spice to it. I think it would be great with a nice cup of tea! Watch out, they are addicting!

    Recipe #272210

    Delicious peanut butter flavored fudge candy!

    Recipe #270322

    This is a TOH recipe. It is like a toffee spiced taste. I'm making these for CHRISTmas gifts.

    Recipe #269296

    3 Reviews |  By Susie D

    A cute & fast gift! The idea is adapted from Gooseberry's 2007 holiday book. One batch made two gifts in a mug with 6 snowmen and several individual pops.

    Recipe #265824

    2 Reviews |  By s. anne

    These cookies have the sweetest hint of maple flavor, with a delectable sugar cookie-esque base. Not too hard and not too cakey. Delicious! Perfect for the fall season (or anytime for that matter!)

    Recipe #261488

    You will not believe how good these are! If you tell no one what they are, they will completely be devoured while the whole time you hear "What is in these? Cinnamon? Chocolate? Molasses?" Then you tell them exactly what they are and you are guaranteed "Oh my gosh, you're right! That's it! It's root beer!" Then what always comes next is "I need this recipe!!!" So, because I'm sick of handing out the recipe, here it is for everyone. *Root Beer Extract/Concentrate is often hard to find, but you can order it online from Zatarains if you can't find it by all the other extracts in your grocery store.

    Recipe #251054

    From "All Time Favorite Recipes".

    Recipe #249015

    Published for ZWT III. Recipe from cooks.com. Very simple to make, can be doubled and baked in a 'Bundt' pan or as in recipe states to create almond slices

    Recipe #235270

    Add an adult twist to a childhood favorite!

    Recipe #223875

    These are similiar to Ham and Goody's lemon cookies. My husband just loves these!

    Recipe #223471

    Yummy. Thats all I can say :) and super easy. I almost ate the whole thing by myself, then I remembered I not the only one who lives in my house! Ooops!

    Recipe #221360

    5 Reviews |  By BarbryT

    And, wow, does the Cointreau add a deliciousness! They are wonderful when initially made, even better after aging a couple of days.

    Recipe #217082

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